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A bachelor's degree is a hallmark of higher education. It is given to those who dedicate three to seven years studying a specific program. A bachelor's degree can be earned in a variety of disciplines in the arts and sciences.

Graduates of a Bachelor’s degree in Physics will be able to pursue careers in mathematics, electronics, mechanics and even chemistry. This is because the degree has the purpose of giving a general education of the theoretical and experimental aspects of physics, field which seeks to study the interaction of energy and matter in space and time.

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University of Ilorin

Following the establishment of the University of Ilorin as a University College of the University of Ibadan by the Federal Government of Nigeria in September 1975, the Fa ... [+]

Following the establishment of the University of Ilorin as a University College of the University of Ibadan by the Federal Government of Nigeria in September 1975, the Faculty of Science was one of three Foundation Faculties that started an Academic business on 23rd October 1976.

The five foundation departments were Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Geology and Mineral Sciences, Mathematics and Physics. In the 1977/78 Session two more departments, Biochemistry and Statistics were added. The Department of Biological Sciences was split into three, namely Microbiology, Plant Biology and Zoology in 2000/2001 academic session. While Computer Science was transferred to Faculty of Communication and Information Sciences in 2008/2009 session. Currently, there are ten (10) programmes in the nine (9) Departments of the Faculty. The Chemistry Department has two programmes which are Chemistry and Industrial Chemistry.... [-]

Nigeria Ilorin
March 2020
Full-time
Campus